“MARINOS – KATSAS – LIASKOS & Partners Law Firm” was founded in 2010, as a spin-off from “MARINOS – LAZARATOS & Partners Law Firm”,which had been operating since 1991.
Our Firm provides a comprehensive range of legal services covering all aspects of modern commercial and banking practice in the fields of commercial law (competition law, company law, banking law, insolvency and business restructuring, capital market and intellectual property law) and business law (commercial contracts, leases, real and contractual claims, collateral and claims). MKL & Partners is also experienced in purely civil law matters, such as land law and, as well as public law, such as public procurement and planning.
All partners and associates at MKL & Partners, headed by Michael – Theodoros Marinos, Professor of Commercial Law, are specialised lawyers, with doctorates or masters’ degrees and extensive experience in commercial, civil law and public law. Our partners and associates train in a wide range of fields to enable them to specialise and offer top quality legal services covering a wide range of business and commercial practices. As one might expect, MKL & Partners has extensive experience litigating before Greek and EU courts, as well as in arbitration.
MKL & Partners also provides specialized legal advice to other legal counsels, as well as to other Greek or foreign law firms. The firm is a member of the International Business Law Consortium (IBLC), an international network of law firms.
MKL & Partners provides high levels of service in all aspects of commercial law, competition law, company law, intellectual property law, business restructuring, as well as financial and investment services. Our clients include multinationals and listed companies, high net worth individuals from Greece and abroad, supervisory authorities, public utilities, financial and investment service firms, as well as credit institutions.
When it comes to exceptional litigation, we work in close partnership with Tsantinis – Hadjioannou Law Firm (www.thlawfirm.gr)